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I am in Debt, should I still invest ?

I am in Debt, should I still invest ?

So you’re in debt. Maybe even a LOT of debt. You know that you need to pay it off and that it should be your focus. But you also know that long-term wealth and financial independence is made through investing. So what do you do? Should you invest when you’re in debt? This is one of the most common questions we often get. It’s not surprising, either, with more and more people leaving University with… Read more...


Which is First: Paying off debt or preparing an Emergency fund ?

Which is First: Paying off debt or preparing an Emergency fund ?

Taking the first few steps to ensure your future financial stability can be overwhelming. There is so much to do, trying to decide where to start can result in wasted time, and wasted time is wasted money. Eliminating debt is often the first priority, and rightly so. If debt is in the form of credit cards, interest payments could be a massive drain on your finances. Credit Card companies love offering low minimum payments because… Read more...


Ace the first month at your new job

Ace the first month at your new job

  It is time to stand outside of the crowd. Here are five steps to ace the first month at your new job: Nothing will get you noticed in a negative light quicker than arriving late. Horatio Nelson said: “I owe all my success in life to having been always a quarter of an hour before my time.” Take that as your new motto in your first month days. This will show your supervisor that… Read more...


6 Financial Lessons to Learn Before You’re 30

6 Financial Lessons to Learn Before You’re 30

Learning financial responsibility in your twenties can be a total game changer for your future. By getting the following six lessons before you turn thirty, you can set yourself up for more financial freedom and peace later in life. 1. Get a side hustle now. Seriously, while you still have the energy and time, get a side hustle. Not only will you save some money by not spending every evening at happy hour after work, but… Read more...


How To Repair Your Credit Score

How To Repair Your Credit Score

Your credit score simply tells lenders how likely you are to repay them. Banks, Mortgage Lenders, Credit Card Companies, and other Lenders need a quick and easy reference to determine how likely you are to pay them back on time. Your credit score is primarily used to help you get leases, loans, and better interest rates on those things. If you’re a Billionaire and can pay for everything in cash all the time, you probably… Read more...


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